Upon approval of a tentative parcel map or parcel map, a single-family residential lot may be subdivided into two (2) lots, also referred to as an urban lot split, pursuant to the regulations contained in SB 9 as follows:
   A.   No lot resulting from an urban lot split shall be smaller than one thousand two hundred (1,200) square feet.
   B.   The two (2) resulting lots shall be approximately equal, and no smaller than forty eight percent (48%) or larger than fifty two percent (52%) of the lot area of the original parcel.
   C.   No flag lots shall be created as a result of an urban lot split if the subject property is adjacent to an alley, located on a corner, or on a through lot.
   D.   The width of any lot resulting from an urban lot split shall not be less than seventy five percent (75%) of the original lot width.
   E.   No right-of-way dedications shall be imposed upon urban lot split projects. (Ord. 21-O-2853, eff. 12-7-2021; amd. Ord. 22-O-2856, eff. 1-18-2022)